Special Club Programs

Honor Council

Advisor: Mrs. Jenness Edwards
This is a Cadet organization responsible for education, supervision, and administration of the Honor Code.

Harvard Model Congress (HMC)

Advisors: Mr. Ethan Segovia and Ms. Jamie Frankfurth
Cadets will  travel to Boston, MA to participate in the largest congressional simulation conference in the world. HMC provides high school students from across the United States and abroad with an opportunity to experience American government firsthand.

Model United Nations

Advisors: Mr. Ethan Segovia
Model United Nations is an educational simulation and academic competition in which students learn about diplomacy, international relations, and the United Nations.MUN involves and teaches research, public speaking, debating, and writing skills, in addition to critical thinking, teamwork, and leadership abilities.

Peer Counseling Program at Boarding SchoolPeer Counseling

Peer Counseling was developed because often students seek out their friends or peers when they are experiencing a problem in their teenage years.Army and Navy Academy Peer Counselors are selected annually through a corps of Cadets survey. Academy Peer Counselors attend an intense two-day training program by the Academy’s Counseling department on listening and helping skills. Peer Counselors are also trained by Staff Counselors on how to identify if a Cadet’s dilemma should be referred to an adult counselor.

Peer Tutoring

Cadets are selected for this club to act as tutors and mentors for other Cadets on campus through academics. They can offer help with assignments and projects outside the classroom. This allows Cadets to show leadership in academics while promoting a cohesive Corps on campus.